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Mar 06, 2017

Case study - second charge

A second charge is a logical solution for borrowers needing to finance a loft extension, who are locked into a fixed rate.
Mar 06, 2017

Case study – second charge

A second charge makes sense for a couple who don't want to give up their cheap mortgage rate.
Jan 17, 2017

Case study - Offset

John and Elizabeth Hickey, both 40, live in South East London.
Jan 10, 2017

Case study – Buying abroad

Amanda Turner, aged 48, and her husband Philip, aged 47, from Surrey, are about to complete the purchase of a second property in La Garde-Freinet, a medieval mountain village in t...
Jan 10, 2017

Case study:Fee-free deal

Alan Farley, a 53-year-old direct mail business owner, has a one-bedroom coach house in Brighton.
Dec 22, 2016

Case study – Guarantor mortgage

Georgia Harris, a 31 year-old employment lawyer, asked her father to guarantee her mortgage when she bought a one-bed flat in central London last year.
Dec 22, 2016

Case study – Home reversion plans

Gail Shaw, 77, had previously looked into home reversion plans but was unsure about taking one out.
Dec 22, 2016

Case study – Lifetime mortgages

Mary Harris, 77, and husband Thomas Harris, 84, are retired teachers.
Nov 22, 2016

Case study - Bad credit mortgages

Julie Tyler is a 32-year-old store manager who managed to take her first step onto the property ladder, despite having a history of bad debt.
Oct 17, 2016

Case study - Flexible mortgage

Ben Fox, a 28-year-old marketing manager from Howarth in Yorkshire, is about to start a family with his girlfriend Lucie Woollard.
Oct 17, 2016

Case study - Discount

Graham Baker and his wife Lucia took out a two-year discounted tracker after visiting fee-free broker London & Country to get expert advice.
Oct 17, 2016

Case study - Repayment mortgage

Michael Fox, a 43 year-old human resources consultant from Lowestoft in Suffolk, opted for a repayment mortgage after visiting First Direct.
Oct 17, 2012

Case study - Lifetime tracker

Sarah Oakley, a 42-year-old exams officer, and her husband Paul recently took out a lifetime tracker mortgage with Woolwich.
Oct 15, 2012

Case study: Buying with friends

Nigel Miller, a 29 year-old training coordinator for the NHS, recently bought a

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